ANNA QIN

Traveling through Different Worlds Mrs. Whatsit sighed. “Explanations are not easy when they are about things for which your civilization still has no words. Calvin talked about traveling at the speed of light. You understand that, little Meg?” What does that have anything to do with anyone’s civilization?! Why is Mrs. Whatsit talking about explaining? Read more…

SIMON LIM

Fly report (viewer discretion advised) Flies: Dyptera Fascinatingly, Diptera is broken into 2 suborders, the two are Nematocera and Brachycera, because of their different antennae. The superb Nematocera is known by their long bodies and somewhat feathery antennae, unlike the Brachycera, who have rounder bodies and a short antennae. Would you believe if I told Read more…

CHLOE ZOU

The small but ferocious beast who knows no equal; OR, the “Safe but frightening Honey Badger Honey-from-hell Tour” Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome aboard. Please stay seated at all times and don’t knock on the glass windows. You will see many fascinating animals but some of them can be dangerous – don’t worry though, that’s the Read more…

SIMON LIM

Zhihao nodded and walked away. Next, Eliot Potter jumped into Zhihao’s yard. Zhihao’s neighbor, a little girl named Kate with a very high voice, asked what Eliot was doing, but Eliot lied once again. “I was playing baseball and my prized bat slipped out of my hand, and landed here. I am so glad it didn’t hit anybody.”

INEZ WATT HOVEN

Vulpes Lagopus or Alopex Lagopus: Sea fox or Hare Foot? I’ve always liked foxes. I’ve been drawn to them. Sometimes I think I AM A FOX. Recently I came across a fox that felt even more like me: the Arctic fox. This little beast, like me, loves the cold and snow and makes its clever Read more…